SEC Form 10-K defined: Form 10-K is the name of the Securities and Exchange Commission form on which a public company (or private company with publicly traded debt) must file its Annual Report making full disclosure to investors of its financial position, income statement, business operations etc. Any company required to file reports with the SEC (known as a “reporting company”) must file a 10-K every fiscal year.
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